Another year…another year.
The Evolution of New Year’s celebrations.
Age 10: Light the sparklers.
Age 20: Sparkling fireworks followed by large quantities of alcohol.
Age 30: Taking your children to fireworks.
Age 40: Keeping your dog from running off during fireworks.
Age 50: Trying in vain to keep your 20 year old from partying at New Years.
Age 60: Turn on music, close the windows, curl up with your dog, and hope the B@$tards stop blasting fireworks before 1:00am.
By age 70, you and your dog are too deaf to hear the fireworks, you’re in bed by 9:00pm and you don’t give a rat’s buttocks that the Earth has revolved around the sun once again during the past billion years.
No new year’s resolutions. Just one wish for all who read this post: